Resident Evil 6 rated by BBFC
- Posted July 9th, 2012 at 10:36 EDT by Mike Harradence
- 2 Comments
The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) has staple-gunned an 18 certificate to Capcom’s upcoming Resident Evil 6.
According to the ratings body’s official website, the zombie-horror shooter packs four hours and 15 minutes of cut-scenes.
As expected, the cinematics are packed full of strong violence and gore, though fans will be pleased to know they made it through the process with no cuts.
Resident Evil 6 takes place 15 years after the destruction of Raccoon City, and offers three distinct campaigns to tackle. Aside from returning faces Leon S. Kennedy and Chris Redfield, players will also hop into the boots of Jake Muller, who just so happens to be the son of series antagonist, Albert Wesker.
The game is due out on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on October 2, 2012.
JackC | jack1982cp
- 12:17pm EDT - July 9th, 2012
How many lousy games in a row does it take before people quit treating the release of the next one as if it's the arrival of royalty or something?
- 3:46pm EDT - July 9th, 2012
4 hours of jsut cutscenes? Game should be decently long, cant wait. Hope theres no mercenaries trophies.. or online ones. lol
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